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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, January 31, 1898
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DElTftl SftLOONS Where the Neighboring People Conclude to Have Them *• Go Elsewhere. KOBE USE FOE THE INJUNCTION. Ton Get It Made rerpntual and Exit the Drunk Factory in 1'our Section—Owner of the Laud Made Hespousible—Governor Mount » Tireiert* I'ronecutor of the Mob Outlaw—Kofcomo Chri*«aii Scientists To Be Arr«»t«l-»r. Tabor Troubles. Indianapolis, Jan. SI.—A saloon and roadhouse was closed Saturday by the Issuance of a perpeual injunction, and the owner of the land on which the saloon was situated is held responsible to adjacent property owners toe damages which are yet to be determined It is the first case of its kind in the state. The saloon arid road house was situated near, the suburb of Mount Jackson, and over a year ago adjoining property owners asked for an injunction against the saloon keeper and owner of the land, and filed suit for damages, claiming that the value of their property had been lessened by the establishment o£ the saloon. The owner of the land took the case on appeal to the supreme court, which held against him, and refused a rehearing. Saturday the Injunction became; perpetual, and no saloon can be operated on the land Christian Science People In Trouble Indianapolis, O'an. 31 .—A dispatch from Kokomo. Ind,, says: Warrants were Issued Saturday for ths arrest of "Dr.' J. L. Stevenson and Samuel Fuller leaders of the Christian Scientists in Jackson township, this county, on the < charge of manslaughter. They are held responsible for the deaths of a child of the former and the: wife of the latter, both of whom died without receiving medical attention. The Christian Scientists do 1101: believe in doctors and say that sickness Is nothing more than imagination. Fuller's wife. -who died last week of typhoid, did not believe in Christian Science and wanted her husband to send for a physician, but he declined and her death is declared due to negleot, MuBt Have a lot of Evidence. Indianapolis, Jan. 31—It is reported, and on good authority, that at least fifty names of those in the mob that lynched five thieves at Versailles last (September are before the governor, and something startling in looked for soon. The governor and the attorney general will »ay nothing about the matter, but " Judge New, who was employed to assist the state In the prosecution, and who for months seemed to lack interest in the matter, has suddenly become interested again and it is i.ald- that the state has enough evidence on hand to hang all of the nfty men 11! they can be tried outside of Ripley county. B«gbn His Careor In Indiana. Indianapolis, Jan. 31.—Private telegrams received from Philadelphia an«ounce the death in that city Saturday of Dr. Theophilus Parvin. who was a •practitioner of medicine in this city for many years and ha.d obtained a national celebrity in medicine. Dr. Par- fin was born in Buenos Ayres, South America, in 1839, his father having gone to that country as a missionary and gubsequently being : professor of languages m the University of Buenos Ayres Dr. Parvin vfas graduated from the state university at Bloom ington •when but 17 yearn of age. BRETHRKN WHO ABE AT OUTS. Monnt T»bor Cbnrclx UnRodlineas Breaks Into Court Acaln. Danville. Ind., Jan. 31.—After being •llowed to rest for two years, the fa- »ous Mount Tabor church trial is again to be'broug-ht into court. The case has keen In litigation eight years, has been tried five times and once carried to the supreme court. Originally it in- TOlved only the possession oj a church building, but now it has taken in the doctrines of the Baptist faith. Th- ehurch building is just across the line •f Hendricks county, In Boone, and the members are about equally divided between th-: two counties. The trouble originated in 1S90 at a meeting called for the purpose of dismissing the pastor. Elder McDonald, because of the doctrines he preacned. The membership was at once divided Jnto Means and smtl-Means factions, the former taking the name of the -majority" and the others calling themselves the "minority." The Danville Baptist association decided In favor of the minority faction and the majority at once pulled out of the church, organizing the Mount Tabor association. As it happened that the church janitor •was of the "majority" that faction was able to hold services on the first Sunday after the dispute. The next Sunday the other faction broke in and changed the locks. This operation was repelled by both sides until finallv the minority faction brought suit for possession. The case has been tried and retried, resulting in victory for the "minority" in all cases. except in the last trial, when the jury failed to agree. Since then there have • been numerous attempts at compromise, but all have failed, and the case will b«- tried again. The church involved is not worth more but the litigation ha? al- vlll take his man back with him. Morgan had been arrested in this county bv Deputy Sheriff Janxes, who got him nto a buggy and.wa» driving him to Newcastle. Through a. neat piece of work he managed to transfer the handcuffs from his to the officer's wrists, securely fastened him to the buggy, took ay revolver and papers and disappeared. Later ho forwarded the requisition paper-. James carried to the governor o. Kansas with regards and an impertinent note. No Good for Taffy Flavor, •vVabash, Ind., Jan- Slater, of Marion, gave a taffy pu.an? at her home ner youni were- invited, the ed the painkiller instead or flavored the candy WOOTEN'S SHIRT OF MAIL, H« Had It Made to Protect Him Ii-tm Bullet* of Moonshiner*. J. W. Woolen, one of the Breathitt county's, Ky., constables, has had so many close calls while assisting revenue agents in raids on moonshiners GOWNS WHICH-COST FORTUNES WHY ARE FLOWERS FRACiRANT Still * Subject of Dlscusulon Amon* th. recently to t»Re future. He has shot in the chest several times, that he determined precautions for the A popular actress, who has been in Paris all summer, will have some lov-3- ly dresses for the stage this fall. One is especially beautiful. The skirt is of white satin completely covered with Scientists. The great leading object of nature in = - - : i fiow- pr ovid ins nect ers Is stil a wte guipure of an ecru tint, the little coat scientific jour nals Th which completes it being of white sat- embroidered in jet in a design, the sleeves are of lace Independent .That to „. mugt Ida „„..„ and a dozen or more of n- women and gentlemen friend? .^ ,^-ited. All assisted in preparing he taffy and some, not being,acyuamt: -d with the culinary appointments ol the residence, picked up a bottle of near death for several months • ani i the revers of a curious shape wiu and was on a certain occasion when a moon- shiner's aim was unusually accurate. Pi-tin are formed of llttl. of cerise chiffon. The to.ue ** many cases .by the Wooten had been reading of coats of ib of cerise chiffoa with three black lor the ^eets ^ ^ ftcls cover mail and be determined to have one ] tips at one side fastened with a jew- . But sman weu a^v ouad . T he .,!.,_... ,j t,,™ h,iiiet« Hfiwent , , ^...,.!„ „„* fh Q hrvw which ties a small portion o.. v"<= accomplished the vanilla therewith. and The a blunder was not discovered until the had eaten liberally of the taffy'. guests next which tasted queerly. and the morning .several were violently ill. Mother Dyins of a Broken Heart. North Judson, Ind., Jan, 31.-Mrs. L. H. Warvel, of this a broken heart. the disappearance who wandered away a made that would turn bullets. He went to a firm in, Cincinnati and explained what he-wanted. One of the firm's artisans conceived the idea of malting him an undershirt composed of small •reel rings tapping each other some- ( the order of the feathers of a eled buckle, and the bow which ties eica uut:a.ic. 0.11^ ^^ fprtiii^Hrm is as often accum at the neck and disappears mto the ^i^ 11 !,; 8 ^ ot pollen ness place, is- dying of Her grief is due to of her son Harry, few days ago. \V I1W *> «. it — •-•••— — - , vUn f- The- mother is firm in the belief that he has been killed for his money and the body hidden by his murderers. Wh-n Mrs. Warvel learned that he was mining she was so overcome that she took at once to her bed and her ph>that she cannot long sur- sicians vive. 0-ly Iwo Hour-. Acquitting Allen. Lebanon. Ind., Jan. 31,-The jury in the case of Allen, on trial for damages for killing Riley, but which trial wou.d if Conviction followed, have been made the basis cf a charge of murder, acquitted Allen after considering the cass for two hours.________ Mectinj/oTrixli an( j Game Warden!?. Milwaukee, Jan. 31.-Senator Green of this city, in accordance with an act parsed at the last legislature, has called a meeting of fish and ganje wardens and fish commissioners of the states of Illinois, Michigan. Minnesota and Wisconsin, to be held at the Great Northern hotel. Chicago, on Feb. i. Deal In Indiana Oil Property. Lima, O.. Jan. 31.-The Mount Zion Oil company, of this city, has sold to Cleveland capitalists headed by D. F. Sherbondy all of its property in Wells county, Indiana, consisting of 629 acres of land, all but 130 of which Is developed; forty-seven wells with a production of about S50 barrel3_per day. BismarcU'u Son Fights a Duel. Berlin, Jan. 31-Count William Bismarck, president of east Prussia and second son of Prince Bismarck has fought a duel with Herr Maubach, the chief presidial counsellor, owing to a personal Quarrel. Herr Maubach, it is added, was wounded. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. ' Severe shocks of earthquake were experienced at Constantinople Saturday. LaPaz the nominal capital of Bolivia, has been declared in a state of bird Wcoten told the manager that he would buy such a shirt If it was guaranteed to be bullet proof, and It he was allowed to fire a Winchester at it at a distance of fifty yards before accepting it. The workman who con- 4»lved the Idea of making th« shirt told the manager that he could afford to t«ke the risk, and accordingly the «hirt was built. It Is three-ply, tha rings being adjusted so that the gar- meat Is flexible, and yet the steel wire of which the rings are composed resisted the impact of a forty-four caliber bullet fired from a Winchester by Constable Wooten at the specified distance. The constable now says that the raoon- •hiners will have to shoot him In the head before they can kill him. Nearly- all the raids are made in the nighttime, and the constable thinks It will be difficult for the shiners to hit tbn ta th» head. Bendy f»r :»n Basy Job. Two wayside pilgrims were discussing the corrupt practices of modern politicians. "Raggsy," said one of them, "you don't hanker after a Gov'ment job, do waist is of white. A particularly ing feature of this gown is the irith. which the folds of the skirt about the wearer's feet. This ~.... D -ng of all kinds of skirts is a distinctive characteristic of the French fashions for this fall. Another actress will win smiles in a pale spotted silk with the soft.clmg- ing skirt again, the bodice decorated with tucks and completed with a fichu ** ia BABY'S SKIN In nil the world there is no other treatment so pure, so .sweat, so safe, so s]>t?«tly, foir preserving, purifying, and Vsiuitifyiug the skin,. scalp, and hair, and eradicuiiiiK every liu- in'jr, as warm baths with CITICTRA SO.MV and gentle anointings with Civricciu.(oiu[- meni), Uie great sfcin cure. of white chiffon frilled with the finest of Maltese lace. Round the waist a white satin belt is brought through a paste buckle, and this is to he worn with an early Victorian bonnet of Tuscan trimmed with white feathers and pink roses. An evening dress for this artist is of accordion kilted white satin covered with accordion kilted lisse, the chiffon sash to this being elaborately embroidered with silver.while the cloak to be worn with it Is of turquoise- blue satin kilted again, lined with an accordion kilting of lisse embroidered with steel in a cobweb design. This lining is a positive joy to the eye. ye? I don't mind sayin' I'd take one ef I could git it, Shabbalong," rwpondeo the other, "but I don't want no job that's all fat. I'm wlllln' to earn my An' wot sort o' job would be about your size?" "Well, I'd like to fill fountain pens fur some Assistant Sec'etary of the Treasury." have to property than ?SOO. thousands of dollars. ready cost ise Piece Sy*t*a» rays Them Best. Kokomo, IntL. Jan. 31.— The men at the gla ss works here struck because of . «. ohanse in the wage system that grave them pay t>y the piece instead of regular daily wages. They understood the chanse 'to mean a reduction of wages, but they returned u> work after a month's 'idleness. When pay day came the men were surprised to find more money in their envelopes ttao was received under the old system, the ad, vance averaging more than 10 per cent. »E FIGHTS VERT: EFFECTITKLT. TOO. Jiime. Morion G«t» Away Tlirovii* a Very X««t Flew of Work. Anderson, Ind., Jan. 31.— James Morgan, run down by Detective Matt Moore »t Columbui. O., is ng-htins' extradition to Kansas, where hu is wanted for varioun charges. Sheriff lladley. of GaUna. in here with the necessary requisition*, but it i* doubtful if he ' James Prendergast was killed by the Hall of the roof of the northwest land tunnel at Chicago. In a fight with drunken tramps at Houghton, Mich., Dave Senton, a citizen, was fatally shot. , The Little Sisters of the Poor of Chica-o a. Roman Catholic order, has rejected its share of the proceeds of a charity ball. The fortifications appropriation bill as framed by the house committee carries $4144,912. The war department estimates were '$13,378,571. The executive committee of the National Live Stock association has decided to hold the next convention in Denver Jan. 23, 1S99. W. H, Clearwater, of Pittsburg, has challenged Jerome Keough, of Scranton Pa., to a continuous pool match for'the championship of the world. Otto C. Delfs, a German butcher, sat dead all night long in the window of his store at New York, where he had Been asphyxiated by gas while writing a letter. Chief Justice Shepard Barclay, of the Missouri supreme court, has resigned, and Governor Stephens has appointed . Williams, of Booneville, to fill the vacancy. Daniel F. Helmick was Saturday convicted in the circuit court at Lincoln, Ills of the murder of George L. Davis, near Mount Pulaski, while in a quarrel. July 5 last. The Ohio law which provides for th<= payment of damages by a county to friends of a person lynched therein, has been declared unconstitutional by a common pleas court. It is understood at Madrid that the supreme: war council will sentence Lieutenant General Weyler to two months imprisonment, bufthat the government will grant him a pardon. Reports from remote places in northern New England show that the temperature was the lowest known in many years. Forty below is reported from a number of places in Maine. Robert Linablom. the Chicago board of trad» man. was found guilty on :wr, charges of "bucket shopping" by the directors of the board of trade, and sus- pendeed for one day as a punishment. Xo lives were lost by the wreck of the Klondike steamer Corona, and the passengers saved all their personal bas- gas;e-. but the mining outfits were lost, and for these some of the passengers had paid their last cent. A United States mail wagon at Milwaukee was driven across the sidewalk because of a snow barricade tha; stopped itinotherdicrections. Thedriver was arrested by a policeman and the mail was delayed eight hours thereby The United States has now had the po- lieemaji arrested for interfering with the A gown much to be admired has _ a skirt of ecru grenadine accordion plaited over an undordress of plaited white taffeta, which shows through at the knee deep slashes in the overdress, which slashes are outlined with ecru and gold galon; this white skirt had three rows of white satin, ribbon sewed on it before it had been tucked. The blouse is of plaited ecru grenadine with a vest of ecru and gold lace; the Louis XIII collar forms a square yoke and the epaulettes -are leaflike in shape.match- ing the detached basques which extend in a shallow fall on the front and sides of the skirt. Bows, belt and neckband are of green taffeta, fastened with jeweled buckles. The sleeves are tucked to above the elbow, where they meet a draped jockey at the top. An elaborate gown has a demi-train and tight-fitting bodice, with puckered elbow sleeves cf Louis XIV brocade. The pointed bolero fronts, the high collar slightly rolled and the epaulettes are of plain satia, to match the ground of th» brocade; all of these are profusely embroidered with variegated silks and spangles in harmony with the woren flowers. A row of this embroidery defines each of the curved- back seams, which are met at the waist by two glittering buttons similar to the one at the throat. The long vest fronts are of black Chantilly lace and a. voluminous jabot of white accordion- plaited chiffon softens the whote effect. A handsome new gown is of rich black satin, with the bodice of black brocaded gauze; the front of the waist is covered with a broad, smooth tab cf black satin, cut to St the high collar at the throat and fastening in at the I waist line, where it is caught in a de- SI(t ht..em R s,«pufl.-. | cided blouse; this tab is trimmed with There is always room for a new ap- i jet galon, as is the top of the skirt, to flowers in order to insects, &B „ — of the sweet secretions It is believed that nectar must be of some direct value to the plant, as well as tha pollen; and the effort is to find out what is the chief office of nectar in the life history of the flower. Sine* thought has been turned in this direction a new class of facts is being recorded. In California grows a lupine (lupinus confertus) which often cake* »xclusive possession of large tracts or land. It does not yield a particle of nectar It has bright crimson-violet flowers, and these are produced in such abundance that the color of the mass may be noted at long distances. But it has fragrance. This is so powerful that the traveler notes it long before he meets with the growing plants. The pollen-collectiae insects visit-the|flower In great numbers. It is believed that cross-fertilization can be effected by these pollen-collecting intruders. At any rate, the fragrance would b« thrown away if it were provided for the mere sake of advertising for insect aid—u the other numerous species <* Is >o!d IhiDOshout tie »orld. t CWKM, Out-., Sole Props.. Kastnn. "All About its Stiu, Scuji *ud H*ir," EVERY HUMOR Cured b; Ccnciit V» Sel»ful» Joseph G. Funk, of Clay township, bas been appointed administrator of the estate of the late Samuel Mc- Einzie. \* T« Bemo»« Tan »n Boap will not remove tan or freckles. Bathe the face in warm water, and dry very carefully with a soft towel. Do not use soap on the face unless absolutely necessary. Never use face powder of any sort; it spoils the skin by closing the pores. If your child suffers from sunburn, moisten the face at night with cucumber juice; cut cucumber lengthwise and rub It on the face, allowing the juice to remain until it dries off; or use a mild solution of baking soda.—Mrs. S. T. Rorer in Ladles' Home Journal. lupine which have no fragrance as. freely visited by bees for the sak<» of the pollen as is this specie*. TJi« cross-fertilization is effected as freely without fragrance as with it. This point has been made before, though with no reference to the philosophical questions involved. Fragrant flowerg are the exception, not the rule. la some families of plants where there may be several scores of species only one or two are fragrant. This ha» been especially noted among the fril* epecies of violet. But no one has so tax been able to note th» slighte»t advantage in life economy -ir-hick tb« swwt scented ones possess orer tk« odorless on«*. $100 Reward, *100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to loam that there ie at least one dreadedTdisease- that science has been able to care Hi. til i» jtagesand that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh. Jure'is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a coBSlitutionab treatment. Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby de eitroying ihe foundation of tie disease, and giving the patient strength by buildta* up the constitution and assisting- nature in doi»g it» work. The proprietors have so mucfclalth in. its curative powers, that they o«er One- .ttUDdred Dollars for any case that it falls to- cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHUHBY & Co.,.Tole«o, jar Sold by diivgistt, 75c. Hall's Family PUiB aretbebeft. Clay Metzger, a prominent farmer of this county, says that wheat i» looking: extra well, considering tb* time that It was sowed. One nay to be Happy Is to att«»d to the comfort of your Should one Of them catch aCcold or «o»rb, ml on W. H. Porter, corner Fourth and JUrkefc streets, sole agent, and get a trial b«ttle •* Lwrer Human He* Lain Clark, with a bullet wound through her lungs, sees visions. Beside her cot at the St. Louis hospital rises the shadow of a bleeding man, a japing wound in his forehead and a look of unutterable reproach in his glaring eyes. It is «-he memory of Arthur Hanley, who killed himself on her account. Lulu Clark was dangerously shot in a quarrel with John Daly one of the prlie fightlnj brothers of that name. . HypnotUlnj bj T The wonders of tho telephone c«ase. The latest brought to the attention of the New York Electrical Engineer is the hypnotizing of a young boy through the medium of the telephone at Houston, Tex. It is needless to surmise, adds the Engineer, that tha subject was a pronounced cataleptic; but the facts brought to lighjt.w-ould se«» to indicate more- strotfj^rF' than ever tha necessity for a stringent law against the promiscuous practice of hypnotis- ing. The Engineer does not imagine that many persons could be Influenced hypnotically over the telephone, yet It believes it will be just as well to guard against such practices by prompt effective legislation.—San Chronicla. Otto's Cure, the (treat German Wa sriye It away to prore th»t we have a »«»» cure for coughs, coldB, asthma, «minM*t*«! and all diseases •£ the throat and lungs. Large- sizes 50c and 360. __ ^ Harry Barnes, tb.e contractor and' builder, of Linden avenue, is prepar- ng to leave In the spring for the Yukon gold fields. plication of a« old principle, evsn go old a one as that of the division of labor. Millicent—How long did your Easter trip to Rome occupy? Madeline—Oh, a week altogether—there and back. Millicent—And you saw -very- thing? Madeline—Oh, yes; you see there were three of us. Mother went to the picture-galleries,-1 examin«4 the monuments, and father studied local toior in the cafes.~Rosel»*f, «r. CleYel»«<l Woftn «JI5»,ooO, Ex-President Cleveland, who reside* In Mercer county, N. J., was asked by the assessor recently for a statement of his property so that he might be taxed. He affixed Che value of his new home'at $20,000 and his personal property at $130,000. He says in his remarks that this is as near as he can get at the value of his securities, because of the uncertain condition of the market and the fluctuating value of •tock.—Ex. the The XVea«her "We May Expect. •Washington. Jan. SL— Following are weathe;r indications for twenty-torn- hours from S p. m. yesterday: For Indiana and II h noia- Generally fair weather: colder in northern portions; northwesterly winds. For Ln» • ar ilichiRan— Light snow, followed by fair weathein colder -tonisht: fresh southerly winr.s. becoming northwesterly. ForUpper Ifichissn — Idght, snow; probably clearing this afternoon; colder in 'ireatern portion; fresh to br.sk nortl»w«Ht8rly winds. For Wisconsin— Gen- •raUy fair, colder neither: brisk northwesterly winds. Fov Iowa— Fair, colder weather: winds. For Her Smka. "Do you think?" asked the young »an who is currently reported to be engaged, "that a man ought to tell lies to his wife?" "Of course he ought," said the man who has been married so long that he doesn't remember the au- niversaries cf his wedding day; "of course he ought It makes her happy to think that he thinks her of enough importance to 'tell 2ies to."—Detroit Free Press. high about the hips, where -jet em- oroidery is laid on smoothly. The Katie's Fovrei of Ylslon. •Hurt, the eagle has a most wonderful power of vision is shown from the fact that it flies in almost a straight line for any object which it desires to secure. Baby eagles also possess this farsightedness. Long before human eyes can discern them, their gaze is fixed on distance, and their cries of welcome to their parents are shrill and continuous. The structure of their eyes makes them peculiarly strong. The brightest glare of sunlight does not affect them. Fulsome. "Why doee the average clergyman think himself bound to indulge in such fulsome praise over a man's coffin?" "Search me." "Were you at Jinks' funeral? No. Well, the minister actually got up and said that Jinks rode the best wheel that ever waa built Faugh!"—Detroit journal. K«<d •»<» Hl» Typewrit**. Speaker Tom Reed has been l«»rnta(| to use a typewriter, and often prMticti on the machine in the ways and m«an» committee room. One day after tk* •asistant secretary of the treasury had been telling the committee about the Snances of the country Reed sat down to the typewriter and gave to Bourka Cockran the following interesting opinion on what he thought had been the result of the conference with the Democratic committee: —x-qwerty SXBBBBMNHTG?| !•..»• 8x77-7-11. A !*»m«Ie*» Terr*r. M. Calino—"Listen! Here is a v«rj good proposal for our daughter—* young man, rich, honest unselflih, good looking; only—there is an only- he 1« » foundling—without a namo." Mme. Calino (with a start)—"Without a name! Than I shall have a son-in-law who will write anonymous letUrs? Never In Use world!"—Le-Monde iCom- toue. The TT»T» •>' th « Moneymaker. Pennv-in-the-slot machines are now being made to inflate bicycle tires, an »!r tank being fitted with flexible rubber tubes to be attached to the valve In the tire, after which the money Ja placed in the slot and tie air flows Into the tire, the act of unscrewing the tube from the valve closlJiS the machine again. f . He—I do detest seeing women tear- Ing along streets on a bicy«le. And not half o* them enjoy it, though they may pretend to. She—Of course we don't enjoy it! But what is a woman to do when she can't-ever get a seat in the r?—Cincinnati Enouirar. Koon'f PB»««». A man named Mooii was presentwi with a daughter hr his wife recently; that was a new Moon. The old nwn was so overcome with joy that he got drunk- that was a full Moon. Wh«n he got sober he had but twenty-five cents left; that was the last quarter of the full Moon. But when the old lady met him with the rolling pin there was a total eclipse of the Moon, with Vft- of stars In the scenery. Cured in a Dsy. "My stic 'Cure" for rbeviin»tiHi a»* ne«- lla radiotllr cures In 1 to* a. I- ralgla radiotllr cures Suonupon tke syrtf» is mysterious It removes at and the Iret dose »re»tlj benefits. . —Sold by W. H. Brl«*bur»t,'dru«iBt, LWW- . once tl« • disappear!. 5 ctnts. port. The railroads expect to do a good 1 business to New Orleans and Mobile- next month on account of the M&rdl Gras festivities. Scrofula is foul blood. tne advertisement of It may be entirely driven from the system bj tne faltb- ful use of Hood's Sarsaparilla, which. thoroughly purifies the blood. Hood's pllla are easy to take, easy to operate. Cure Indigestion, bilious* uess. 25c. Through the efforts of D. 0- Ju«- tlce, his hostler, Fr&nk Hempler, »~ German boy, will soon receive a neat sum from the estate -of * decease* uncle in the Father Lan*From Sire to 8M>* Asa. amily menioine Baoon'i C«I«»yKI«» for the Serreg passes 1'rom tire to K» kt* egaey. If you hare Ikidney, lirer «r b)o«* disorder, get a free sample p»cl«Ke ft ttfc. remedy. If you hare indisestloD, conttipatk** headache, rheumatism, etc, tbi« «pe«i4c w« cure you. w. H. Porter.; corner Fourtk »»* Market street*, the leading i druggist, te tote- agent, and is distributing samples free. I*rfe- packages Me and 35c. TO THE KLONDIKE —"Well, I suppose your «n soon begin his last year in college " Parks—"No; he isn't going back tils'fall." Dabsley—"Oh. that's too bad He ought to go through, now that he's got along to lie last year. What's the matter?" Parks—"Why, didn't you know that he had had a fever and that is is hair had all come —cierelan (J Obltslnif. -Madame," Bald Meandering Mike, an yijow. "have ye got any cold coffee?" """" "No," replied young Mrs. Torkins, in a tone of sympathy, "but you wait a few minutes and I'll put some in the refrigerator and cool it for you."— Star. Drawback* of Wealth. •Weary Watkins—"If I had a million dollars " Hungry Hlggins—"You'd b« miserable. Jist ttlnk of n*vin' to stop drinkln' while you had money tP »«T more.**—Indlaaapollai Joamal. A Ifow Meanlaf Grover Walton—The bass Out, jot ttway was at least three feet long. Ton may think Tm crazy, but- Fitond ([Interrupting)—Oh, I don't think tlurt —I think you're only an angleeHB»- Mrs. Blinks (meaningly)—I asked Aduapura4f whisky was good for colds, and he said "no." Mr. Bllnki— Well, I don't believe I've got a cold, anyhow. It's something else. Did the doctor mention what diseases whiijry was good for? Valuable Information for Persons Going to the Gold Fields. Persons who expect to try their luck in tb»- gold fields of Alaska will find it profitable i» call on Ticket Agent* of the Peungylvftnl* Lines and get posted on rates, routes and other preliminaries. This information will be f«r- nifihed without charge, and any required »ld in. shaping details will be cheerfully extended. If not convenient to apply to local agent of flw Pennsylvania Lines, send your name and address, with dftte upon which you intend to- start, the probable numlxsr in the party.and a request for advice about the fare, time of trains and other particulars, to the following representative of the PMgenger .Department and a prompt reply will be mi/le. W.W.KIch- ardson, D, P. Age, Indianapolis, Ind. Visitor And. Sow— f -•Well, I suppose you find comfort in the thought that you made your husband happy while he lived. Young Widow—Oh, ye«. I'm sore George was in h«aven wf to the time ot his deatk. An Old Sailthe — Whenever I see Johnsom I nm reminded of the proverb that tie rood die young. Browne— But he's 71 II he's a day. Smltie— auctly. Tkaf* Just my point. ____ _ iliac. A WhMOaaaB'* D«BnttU>. «Wn»t's garroting, G*or»eT" -Why, It's -where they get *. twtat «• ytrar neck tubing and pwiotnre yq«f ; ««kbone."-<aeTela»4 Hate-Dealer. 1 THR City National Bank. CAPITAL ..... .$200.000 JOH>" GaAT, President, L N. CBAWFOBD, Vice P»es. T. B. FOWUBS, ««sk),er. — MMKCTOBS — John Gray, C. G. KeweU, J. T. BlU»tt,Dr. W. H. BeLU A. e. Jenki. W. C. feomoetL. Ijur chlijeler. Seo.W. Punk *n« Joan C. lmera». Loan money •• penooal tad security. Bur and tell Goveruaent bo»di. Will pay aper cent per anamn keepinr of valuable IS to Sltperyeer. at*gp<

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